Central Weighing introduces innovative weighing technologies
New technologies: Central Weighing's Colin Smith
UK specialist Central Weighing is offering three sophisticated new weighing technologies to the market, the CHEKLODE FREEWEIGH, SUPAWEIGH 5000 and WEIGHWEB. The firm is offering an innovative and portable weigh-in-motion system worldwide, called the CHEKLODE FREEWEIGH.
This cable-free system is said to feature advanced data connection and reporting capabilities. High versatility is claimed for this package and most recently, the firm won a £500,000 deal to supply units to the Vietnamese police, allowing the authorities to address the issue of overloaded trucks.
The company has supplied these systems with both Vietnamese and English capabilities, allowing officers to post data on the system in their own language. The CHEKLODE FREEWEIGH package is said to be able to handle five times the number of trucks of the Vietnamese authorities were using previously.
The new package also provides true weigh-in-motion capabilities and offers far greater versatility than the static technologies the Vietnamese authorities were using previously. And Central Weighing is able to offer customers other language options as requested.
The company’s innovative WEIGHWEB system provides Internet-based reporting software.
This allows private fleet operators or international enforcement agencies to view, interrogate and report on all weighing data gathered by the SUPAWEIGH 5000 package via a password-protected Internet link. Data from single or multi-site weighbridges can be accessed remotely using any Internet capable device through secure, dedicated login facilities configured for each client.
In addition, the company says that demand is strong for its SUPAWEIGH 5000 package.
This novel system is a medium-speed axle weighing package with a high throughput that maximises the efficiency of tolling operations. This is now being used in an array of countries to establish truck weights in tolling applications.
The firm says that interest has been strong for this new system already, with 150 orders already from an array of countries including Bangladesh and India. The latest order has been for 89 systems from the Indian highways sector, which will use the units in tolling applications.